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Godzilla Saturday March Madness Extravaganza!

Godzilla Saturday March Madness Extravaganza!

GODZILLA SATURDAY MARCH MADNESS EXTRAVAGANZA – Starting out at 3-1 ATS puts us in a good position to win some jack for the final four!

So let’s go!


Michigan VS. Vanderbilt -2

 While Vanderbilt has been terribly inconsistent all season, Michigan has started to win. They are 6-1 ATS in their last seven and have superior depth and size. Vanderbilt is trading on SEC pedigree, not recent results.

Pick: Michigan + 2


Northwestern VS. UCLA + 7.5

 Northwestern is a very well disciplined team and they will want to slow this game to a snails pace. What I like about the Wildcats is they have very potent guard play, which puts them in the position to control the pace. Northwestern is pesky, and they are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 games.

UCLA jettisoned UNC-Asheville, a very weak entrant, by 33 points. Northwestern will not allow UCLA to shoot the blistering 55 percent like it did Thursday night.

In a close game, UCLA is abysmal at the free throw line, hitting just 72 percent on the season.

This will be a very tight game, with an upset by the Wildcats not out of the question.

Pick: Northwestern + 7.5

Tenn. VS. Duke -3.5

 Tennessee coach Rick Barnes is a big time loser in big games. Coaches matter – as you saw in yesterday’s FDU knife fight win over Purdue.

Duke is on fire, and is playing as well as anybody in the country and will enter this game on a 10 game winning streak.

The Blue Devils have the bigs to matchup with Tennessee and are much better on the perimeter without Zakai Zeigler playing.

The Vols are 1-7 ATS in their last seven NCAA Tournament games.

Duke is 4-1 ATS in their last five NCAA Tournament games. Go Duke!

Pick: Duke -3.5


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